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Bengal Tiger

Panthera tigris tigris


Male tiger spotted in Bandhavgarh National Park

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Maria dB
Maria dB 10 years ago

Anoorag, your spotting of this tiger in Bandhavgarh National Park is included in the blog on International Tiger Day 2013:

MaryL 11 years ago

great picture, was it in the wild?

kaybaxie 11 years ago

These are my favorite animal, so I love the pic

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 12 years ago

You second shot is also important how it shows design on his back...

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 12 years ago

Anurag.. please join Indian local missions...and asign them to your lovely spottings..!

anoorag.saxena 12 years ago

@Nann Flowers have pollen and pollen cause allergies which can bother you for years. Tigers that way are shy and tend to move away from humans. Still going to stick with wild-flowers? lol

Nann Hudson Flowers
Nann Hudson Flowers 12 years ago

I'll stick with wildflowers! Very beautiful albeit hungry-looking!

Sachin Zaveri
Sachin Zaveri 12 years ago

Impressive shots,,

anoorag.saxena 12 years ago

When you see a tiger coming at you, that's EXACTLY when you need to dig your feet into the ground, pull out your camera and start clicking ;)

Nann Hudson Flowers
Nann Hudson Flowers 12 years ago

Um, RUN!

Maria dB
Maria dB 12 years ago

I would love to see one in the wild!

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Madhya Pradesh, India

Spotted on Mar 5, 2012
Submitted on Apr 18, 2012

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